SubdatasheetExpanded Property [Access 2003 VBA Language Reference]
You can use the SubdatasheetExpanded property to specify or determine the saved state of all subdatasheets within a table or query. Read/write Boolean.
expression Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.
The SubdatasheetExpanded property uses the following settings.
|Yes||True||The saved state of all subdatasheets in the table is expanded.|
|No||False||(Default) The saved state of all subdatasheets in the table is closed.|
Note The easiest way to set the SubdatasheetExpanded property is by using a table's property sheet. You can set this property by using Visual Basic .
To set the SubdatasheetExpanded property by using Visual Basic, you must first either:
Set the property in table Design view by pointing to Properties on the View menu.
Create the property by using the DAO CreateProperty method.
The value of the SubdatasheetExpanded property is displayed in the Table Properties property sheet.
The SubdatasheetExpanded and SubdatasheetHeight properties take effect on the subform control when the form is in datasheet view.
The following example turns subdatasheet expansion on or off for the "Purchase Orders" form.
Dim strExpand As String With Forms("Purchase Orders") strExpand = InputBox("Expand subdatasheets? Y/N") Select Case strExpand Case "Y" .SubdatasheetExpanded = True Case "N" .SubdatasheetExpanded = False Case Else MsgBox "Can't determine subdatasheet expansion state." End Select End With
To try this example yourself, open a form (containing a subform) in Design view, click the Builder button next to the On Load property box in the form's property window, paste this code into the form's Form_Load event (removing the reference to the "Purchase Orders" form), and then open the form in Datasheet view.
Applies to | Form Object
See Also | SubdatasheetHeight Property